Popular retail store, Henri Lloyd, required a stair lift for its Carnaby Street branch. The stair lift needed to fit in with the contemporary interior of the store, as well as being in compliance with both Part M of the Building Regulations and the Dis...
The first British Ferrari retail store required a bespoke, independent access lift to comply with the Disability Discrimination Act (DDA) 2005. The aim was to provide step-free access for both shoppers and staff.
Butts Dental Practice required a DDA compliant access solution to allow it to expand its practice into the basement of its Victorian building. Due to space restrictions, the dental practice wanted to explore the possibility of an external platform lift.
Step-free access was a priority for Abbeydale Tennis Club, as part of its £1.5 million refurbishment. This was because its new luxury member’s clubhouse, housing four new tennis courts, was to be split over two levels.
Somerville College takes pride in the warm relationship it has enjoyed with Margaret Thatcher & The Platform Lift Company, Margaret studied here and was appointed an Honorary Fellow of the College in 1970.
As part of a planned refurbishment, architects specified the installation of a platform lift to enable disabled students to access all areas in the postgraduate offices of the sustainable research building at The University of Nottingham.
Maynard School required a DDA access solution for its new classrooms. To link the junior building with the new building at different levels, a platform lift would be necessary to comply with the Disability Discrimination Act (DDA).
The popular Australian-themed bar chain, Walkabout, wanted to provide access for all to comply with DDA accessibility. As each Walkabout venue was different, the lift design needed to be tailored for each location.